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Drug dealer’s £27,000 Rolex and designer trainers to be auctioned off by police

The Rose Gold Daytona watch, which is worth around £27,000. Credit: ITV News West Country

A £27,000 Rolex watch and designer trainers that once belonged to a Gloucestershire county lines drug dealer are to be auctioned off by police.

Stefan Miller was jailed for 11 years in March after he admitted supplying thousands of pounds worth of cocaine and heroin to Cheltenham and Gloucester from his home in London.

As well as drugs, police also seized a number of expensive goods belonging to Miller when they carried out his arrest - including Rolex watches and more than 40 pairs of designer trainers.

One of the watches - an 18ct Rose Gold Daytona - is worth approximately £27,000 while the trainers have a combined value of more than £12,000.

The items belonged to Stefan Miller, a convicted county lines drug dealer. Credit: Gloucestershire Constabulary

Some of the items were displayed at Gloucestershire Police’s property storage warehouse.

The designer brands of the footwear included Christian Louboutin, Valentino Garvani, Balenciaga, Dolce & Gabbana, Gucci and Christian Dior.

The footwear will be auctioned off on 14 August. Credit: ITV News West Country

People think they can make money out of this and they can’t, because we will take it from them. We will take their clothes, we will take their trainers, we will take their watches, we will take their cars, we will take their houses - anything that an individual cannot prove that they legally came to own, we will take from them.

– Detective Chief Inspector Neil Smith, of Gloucestershire Police.

All of the watches and shoes will be sold at auction on 14 August under the proceeds of crime act, with the funds going to Gloucestershire Police and the Home Office.